- July 31 - Registration 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- August 18 - Meet the Teacher 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- August 19 - School Begins at 9:00 a.m.
Registration will be held on Thursday, July 31st from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you are going to be out of town, or have another emergency situation, please call to let us know that you still plan on enrolling your students at Goshen Elementary.
Please take a few moments to update your student’s information online by going to www.nebo.edu. Find the Parents tab and click on Parent Home Page. From there click on the Student Information System (SIS) picture and update your child’s information.
This year Free and Reduced Lunch Applications can be filled out online. You can find the application in this same SIS area. If you take the time to do this BEFORE July 31, it should make registration faster and easier when you come to the school. We will have computers available at the school to complete these actions as well.
Please make sure that you have your emergency, medical, dental, and employment numbers. If you are new to our school please bring 3 current documents to show that you live in Goshen boundaries. One document should be your mortgage or rental agreement and the other 2 documents can be a recent utility bill, paystub, check, etc. that shows your current address. Please have your Driver’s License available as well.
If you have been accepted through early open enrollment please bring your acceptance letter and 3 proofs of residency with your current address. Having this information will help you speed up the process.
If you have new neighbors, please tell them about registration.
The closing assembly welcomed two K9's to demonstrate how police dogs help save lives. Dogs are more agile and are less fearful than humans. There are many types of dogs used in police work. Some are used for their sniffing ability, some have incredible jaw strength, and they all love to protect their human. It was nice to learn not only how we can stay safe this week but also learn about our community helpers.
An opening assembly presented by Mrs. Savage teaches the importance of exercise, eating healthy, wearing seat belts and helmets, and a few other important tips. There were some great prizes given away. The enthusiasm is high this week as students continue to practice good habits.